Heart on a Chain
Pages no: 322
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
, Young Adult Romance
, New Adult
Let's just say this:Had I not read Perfect Chemistry, Reason to Breathe, What I Didn't Say, Eleanor & Park, Nineteen Minutes - and many other contemporary realistic fictions about sad teenagers then I might have liked it. But I had read these books. So the only emotion running in me while reading th...
I totally forgot I read this book. I read it sometime last year and I may have buried it somewhere in my mind because I was so traumatized by this book. It was extremely offensive and it just makes me want to scream and throw things. It's like this book is mocking domestic abuse. It's a damn serious...
Read in May, 2013 It's actually 3,75 stars, but I may simply be in a generous mood. Maybe because the last thing I've read was "Own the wind", that was so disappointing, left such a bad after-taste in my brain that an hour after finishing it, I just had to grab something else to recover. So there i...
This book started out really well-written. There were lines that hit home on personal levels and I cried at certain bits in the first 10-20% of book. Then things just went downhill. I get so frustrated when a character is written in these real (emotional, physical, gut wrenching real) situations but...
You never know what someone else is going through. Case in point: Kate Mosley. For years she has kept to herself and shied away from others. Kate is the subject of insistent bullying from her classmates and constant abuse. But she would never let anyone close enough to know what goes on in her perso...
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